In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, the following is a list of all of the Tera Shards that can be obtained after a battle in which a Tera Pokemon has been defeated (SV). Continue reading to find out about all of the different Tera Shards, how to utilize them, and how to obtain them.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (SV) List of All Tera Shards

In the latest generation of Pokemon games, Tera Shards are a scarce and important resource. This guide on Where to Get Tera Shards in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet will tell you several methods that you can use to farm Tera Shards. In order to change a Pokemon’s Tera Type to a new version, you need fifty Tera Shards of a single type. This guide will tell you where you can get these Tera Shards.

List of All Tera Shards

  • Normal Tera Type
  • Fire Tera Type
  • Water Tera Type
  • Grass Tera Type
  • Electric Tera Type
  • Ice Tera Type
  • Fighting Tera Type
  • Poison Tera Type
  • Ground Tera Type
  • Flying Tera Type
  • Psychic Tera Type
  • Bug Tera Type
  • Rock Tera Type
  • Ghost Tera Type
  • Dark Tera Type
  • Dragon Tera Type
  • Steel Tera Type
  • Fairy Tera Type

Where To Get Tera Shards In Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet

Farming Tera Type Wild Pokemon

When you are adventuring through the world of the game, you will frequently come across Pokemon that are glowing a color similar to gold. This is the Tera Type form that Pokemon take when they are caught in the wild. You will receive the crystal of the Tera Type associated with the Tera Type that the Pokemon transformed into if you are successful in either defeating or capturing one of these Pokemon. After you have “broken” their Tera Shield by bringing their health down to a low enough level, you will then be able to capture them.

Farming Tera Raids

The landscape is littered with enormous crystals that emit beams of light that reach far into the heavens. You can also find them on the map that you have. Before you finish the game, you can only participate in 3 Star Raids; however, after you have completed the primary storyline and triumphed in the Academy tournament, you will be able to participate in 4 Star and 5 Star raids, which award a significantly greater number of Tera Shards.

NPC Gifts & Rewards

If you complete certain tasks within the game world, a number of non-player characters (NPCs) will reward you with a collection of shards. The list of what we have discovered thus far can be found down below. If a non-player character (NPC) mentions reaching a Close Bond, it means that you can improve your relationship with your teachers by completing all of the classroom quests, finishing your midterms, and finishing your finals. Then you talk to the instructor multiple times to advance your friendship with them by one level each time.

When you reach a Close Bond with Hassel, you will be rewarded with fifty Dragon Tera Shards.
By developing a Close Bond with Ms. Tyme, you will be able to get an additional fifty Rock Tera Shards.
After a conversation with the NPC who changes tera types, you will receive 50 normal tera shards.

Farming Area Zero

Tera Shards are glittering artifacts that can be found on the ground in Area Zero and can be collected. Although this is not a quick approach, there is a lot to be found down here. If you’re down there trying to capture Pokemon, you should make it a point to pick up as many of the shiny things on the floor as you can because the vast majority of them are Tera Shards.

Uses of Tera Shards

Tera Shards are required in order to alter the Tera Type of a Pokemon to another type. For instance, if you wish to alter a Pokemon’s Tera Type from Normal to something else, you will have to pay the Tera Type Changing NPC fifty Normal Tera Shards in order to do so.

List of All Item Categories

List Of Items Category Wise
Medicine Evolution Stones
Poke Balls Held Items
Evolution Items Treasures
Tera Shards TM Materials
Berries Vitamins
Battle Items Key Items
Training Items Mints
Sandwiches Ingredients